About the Board

About the Board

The North Dakota State Board of Integrative Health Care was established in 2011 to protect the citizens of the state by regulating the practice of music therapy, behavior analyst and licensed acupuncturists. The Board licenses Music Therapists, Behavior Analyst and licensed Acupuncturists, and disciplines them if they violate the state statutes regarding each profession. It was the intent of the legislative session to create a small professions licensing board.

There are seven members of the board, appointed by the Governor to two or three year terms. No member may serve more than two consecutive terms. There is one Acupuncturist, one Medical Doctor, one Pharmacist, one Nurse Practitioner, one Behavior Analyst, one Music Therapist and one Consumer on the board.

The board is supported by the volunteer board members located across the state of North Dakota. Although the board is part of state government, it receives no tax dollars and is funded solely by license fees


As of August 1, 2023 Naturopathic Doctors are regulated by the Board of Medicine.   www.ndbom.org

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